Car reviews - HSV - Senator - Signature 30 Years
HSV’s final Senator Signature bids farewell to a 30-year performance era in style
20 Mar 2017
THE end is nigh for the Australian-built Commodore and the high-performance V8-powered Holden Special Vehicles (HSV) that take the venerable vehicle as their basis, but the bespoke car-maker is taking every opportunity to celebrate its colourful history.
In addition to the most powerful locally developed sedan in Australian history – the GTSR W1 – HSV has also wheeled out a limited number of 30 Years specials to acknowledge three decades of building some of Australian petrol-head’s favourite cars.
The five limited editions are based on the company’s existing range of 6.2-litre supercharged V8 sedans, wagon and ute but with some special aesthetic tweaks, revised exhaust system and a power boost for all but the GTS flagship.
We jumped aboard the Senator Signature luxury flag bearer of the 30 Years range for one last blast in Aussie-built, supercharged comfort.
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Model release date: 1 February 2017
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